Revised Criterion Content Session

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Project Criterion
Which Enactus team most effectively used
entrepreneurial action to empower people
to improve their livelihoods in an
economically, socially and environmentally
sustainable way?
Key Point
Knowledge and Skills
Implementation
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Empowerment
Project Method
Sustainability
Assessment
Impact Measurement
& Project Evaluation
Implementation of
Project
Initial Livelihoods
Analysis
Project Scope
Project Method
Sustainability
Assessment
Impact
Measurement &
Project Evaluation
Initial Livelihoods
Analysis
PROJECT CHARTER
Implementation of
Project
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Project Scope
Sustainability Assessment
ECONOMIC FACTORS
SOCIAL INFLUENCES
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS
Project Criterion
What are livelihoods?
What are Livelihoods?
A livelihood comprises of assets and
activities required to sustain a person’s life.
Livelihood
Livelihood Assets
A livelihood is fueled by assets which often
interrelate. By increasing, protecting, or improving
access to one asset, your action could have
multiple areas of impact.
Livelihood Strategies
Livelihood strategies are the methods and
processes used to transform livelihood assets into
livelihood outcomes.
Livelihood
Outcomes
Sustainable Livelihoods
A livelihood is sustainable when it can cope with
and recover from stresses and shocks and
maintain or enhance its capabilities and assets
both now and in the future…
Asset Categories
FINANCIAL
 Employment
 Income
 Stocks,
savings, etc.
 Access to
financial
services
NATURAL
SOCIAL
HUMAN
PHYSICAL
Asset Categories
SOCIAL
FINANCIAL
NATURAL
 Natural
resources – air,
water, etc.
 Waste
management
 Biodiversity
HUMAN
PHYSICAL
Asset Categories
FINANCIAL
HUMAN
NATURAL
SOCIAL
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Community
Networking
Relationships
Trust
PHYSICAL
Asset Categories
FINANCIAL
NATURAL
PHYSICAL
SOCIAL
HUMAN
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Skills
Knowledge
Ability
Education
Asset Categories
FINANCIAL
NATURAL
SOCIAL
HUMAN
PHYSICAL
Infrastructure
Shelter
Transportation
Access to
consumer
goods
 Clean energy
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Project Life-Cycle
See Opportunity
- Conducted in partnership
- Considers sustainability context
in relation to livelihood assets
- Identifies desired Livelihood
Outcomes
 Vulnerability Context
 Livelihood Assets
 Transforming Structures and
Processes
 Desired Livelihood Outcomes
Take Action
- Designed to protect, obtain or
improve upon livelihood assets
and strategies
- May focus on one or more
livelihood asset categories
 Project Scope
 Data/Metrics of Inputs and
Outputs
Enable Progress
- Determines the effectiveness
of the project
- Makes the connection
between project outputs and
livelihood outcomes
 Final Impact Report
 Why does the data matter?
 Resilience of Livelihoods
Project Measurement
Inputs
Outputs
Outcomes
Output/Outcome Measurement
FINANCIAL
 New job
 Ability and
means to save
money
 Becoming an
entrepreneur
 Income
increase
NATURAL
SOCIAL
HUMAN
PHYSICAL
Output/Outcome Measurement
SOCIAL
FINANCIAL
NATURAL
 Improved waste
management
 Increased
biodiversity
 Use of natural
resources
HUMAN
PHYSICAL
Output/Outcome Measurement
FINANCIAL
HUMAN
NATURAL
SOCIAL
 Increased trust
from
community
members
 Expansion of
networks
 Relationship
building
PHYSICAL
Output/Outcome Measurement
FINANCIAL
NATURAL
PHYSICAL
SOCIAL
HUMAN
 Learning a new
skill
 Acquiring
education
 Professional
development
Output/Outcome Measurement
FINANCIAL
NATURAL
SOCIAL
HUMAN
PHYSICAL
 Improved
infrastructure
 Access to
shelter or
transportation
 New energy
source
Resources
Resources
ENACTUS HANDBOOK
USA COMPANION GUIDE

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